Historic Trinidad, Cuba dates back to the early sixteenth century. The city is filled with cobblestone streets and Spanish colonial architecture. Visitors to Trinidad get a glimpse into the past, at least above ground. Underground is another story. In the shade of a tree at the end of a long path in the outer edge of the city, there is a door that serves as the entrance and exit to Disco Ayala. Located in a natural cave, this nightclub is fully equipped with a bar, three dance floors, a DJ booth, light effects and video screens. Stairs and benches are carved into cave walls. Go subterranean, drink and dance the night away — but watch out for the stalactites!
Read more about Disco Ayala at The Sojourner.
Images credit: Alain at The Sojourner.
The entrance to Ayala, off a path on the outskirts of Trinidad
Descend into the tunnel to find the party space
"Bartender? I'll have an adult beverage, please. That bat scared me."